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TFT s v v V V V 4D THE PALM BEACH POST WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1998 SL There's magic behind musical collection U A call for camps Are you ready for the summer? : To have your day camp or resident camp included in a list of summer camps, please fill out this form. We must have the information in writing no later than March 31. Mail to Summer Camps, Accent, P.O. Box 24696, West Palm Beach, Fla., 33416-4700, or fax the information to 820-4445. . ' Name of camp: Address: mi This mechanical 'cafe organ' crowned the dance floors of 1930s Belgium. It has drums, cymbals, an accordion and a saxophone. The instruments play on their own, as though by magic. Photos by BILL INGRAM Staff Photographer Age of children accepted: Days and times open: t""0 I I : -..7- ., - - t " ).",rr"iernm nia iwiujl . i . m . i qubu m -rni r, rr n ' i i w n i irrr i i i r 1 1 i 1 i 1 m i tit ' ' i-nirur um y Describe the activities offered: Cost Phone number and contact person's name: INSTRUMENTS From ID pieces of the Milhous private collection, which are worth roughly $3 million. ; It will be the first time Sotheby's holds a bidding bonanza in . Boca Raton. The New York auction house couldn't display the instruments as well as the Milhous brothers did inside their Congress Avenue office building, says Sotheby's representative Kirtley Hor- ton. The building's interior de-- signed for entertaining friends and . for charity functions resembles a Hollywood stage set, with turn-of-the-century street scenes and a hand-made replica of a 1927 Grand Salon carousel. Don't ask how much it cost, but rest assured, the Boca Raton brothers can afford it. They are the founders of Treasure Chest Ad-' vertising, the California company (now in Baltimore), that prints Sunday comics and circulars. They've sold that business but still own Perry-Judd's Inc. of Waterloo, Wis., which handles the printing of a few magazines you might have heard of: Time, Life, People and Sports Illustrated. Both compa- . nies are among the largest printers in the nation. No surprise, then: auction prices are not for the faint of pocket. A "fine and rare" German orchestrion built in 1920 is supposed to sell for about $700,000. A century-old musical box for $25,000. Seem steep? The box, you see, comes complete with an automated horse-race game, so you can place a bet before every song. The instruments inspire flights of fancy. It's easy to imagine the 1910 Dutch street organ more ornate and pastel-colored than anything in Disneyland rolling through a festival in Amsterdam. Look, mother! The statues are moving! Crowds would ooh and aah as the hand-carved figurines rang bells in time to a circus song. But the Milhous brothers insist they aren't caught up in the romance these instruments evoke. They are mechanically f I Any other special information: f pit t nr "v. ( r !' War V 1 'H. . r.; K. U ,t HI t i'?t' ' "! 'j i kr" ! r Mail this form when complete to: Summer Camps The Palm Beach Post P.O. Box 24696 West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4696 Or fax the form to: 820-4445. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS MARCH 31. J An 'orchestrion' graced the dining rooms and hotel lobbies of 1 920s Germany. It contains three violins and a piano. man" ($3.000-$4.000). He minds his mechanical precinct, waiting for a two-pence token to make him roar. The Milhous brothers are hap py to provide one: Ha-ha. Ho-ho. Ill D-.-51 ama. wuwra mot. If I MT U " ai J l A Tm Ja 1 Kna3TAgarfPT rMMT "I love it!" Bob says, begin ' 'lliBbbttestVujcpBasic Instinct'l'M wi tan A " frattt tmtjv mm " m ning to snicker. HA! HA! HA-HA-HA! The 1930s English bobby rolls his eyes and cackles louder. A laughing policeman arcade machine is one of more than 500 instruments Sotheby's will auction Saturday. that otherwise might not have made it to America. They hark back to the days when a peep show was quite racy and a mechanical fortune teller was a marvel to behold. Drop in a token. "Madame Zita," hand-made in 1895, will blow you a kiss and pass you a card that tells your fortune. Or check out a "television" machine, which beckons: "Have your mind read by television. The green ray can read you like an open book." The machine, which looks like a darkened phone booth, flashes a bright green light to discern your darkest secrets. Apparently, when it came to understanding the new technology of television "the latest science. Perfectly harmless. No shocks." there was, in 1926, a bit of static "He's really getting tickled now," Paul says, tittering, too. HO-HO-HO! HA-HA-HA! EGAl CINEMAS BOYNTON 8 22W CONGBES5 AVf. 7340049 UNITTD ARTISTS mviisATMAiixnrua 224 SAXON tOUUVAID 775-1700 UNtrED ARTISTS MOVIES AT PIOMErUK "I'm not sure we should let J The 'television' machine, says 'Have your mind read by television. The green ray can read you like an open book.' t TZ-tl REGAL CINEAAAS JUPITER S 204 Nourn U.S. 1 747-7333 UNITED ARTISTS MOWS AT OKIE MUMf 202S OKEECHOBEE B1VD. 697-8966 UNITED ARTISTS that one go, Paul," Bob says, and the collectors crack up. But they haven t pulled it from the auction av mOWUNVEAIMIilll 624-2664 TRAIL DRIVE-IN 3438 LAKE WORTH tD. 965-4545 yet. MOVIES AT IMItUDCC mi eoiest m BlVD 641-3102 mimoimm Saturday's auction is open to WiTiTliTT'imTPTl;T.!i','illi1TJ.I the public. It will be at 2 p.m. at 791 minded men. They like machines, and they like music but only of the finest quality. They don't play musical instruments themselves, but they can tell you exactly how the pins and pulleys, vacuums and valves conspire to make these self-playing wonders work. These automated orchestras operate like primitive computers or old-fashioned printing machines, Paul Milhous explains. .When the recorded voice and changing tastes put mechanical music-makers out of business, most were sold for scrap. Others were destroyed in World War II. But the technology was put to use 1, f Park of Commerce Drive, off Con gress Avenue in Boca Raton. The auction will also include 10 pieces in early flight simulators, he says. About half the pieces up for auction Saturday once belonged to a private German collector. The brothers only coveted a few pieces from that collection, but they had to buy the whole thing. It was a package deal. He won't say how much it cost, but it was certainly more than $3 million. The good news: Auction-goers will get to bid on arcade games from Tampa collector Mark Jaffe. Prior to the auction, you can view the mechanical instruments and GOING ON Vacation? Call Us. We'll interrupt your service, or save the newspapers for you. Call 820-4663 or 1-800-654-1231. on the screen. You can put this television machine next to the modern TV in your living room for about $7,000. Not far away on the showroom floor sits the "Laughing Police- games today through Friday, from 9 lesnmwiaiaiiBieaiiiin Mirmiriiaiaiiii'-MiaMMiaiaaiaaMsayaiaawa MIZNER PARK LAKE WORTH I - 30IPIAARU. , LAKE WORTH RO A 5 IH AVE t 366-7744 S 864 5555 I f tmmmlm f Accaa 1 OKEE SQUARE JUPITER 14 MM OREFCHoStf BLVD. IK 1 1 :.;. 90 t 697 7714 )l 747-7333 ) f wiaaim "1 f mnwommn "1 PROMENADE PLAZA WELLINGTON MKT PLACE 9i0 ALTERNATE AlA 13801 WELLINGTON TRACE I. 624-2664 J 795-3887 ) t 730-5770 J ' I CHECK INOMOUAl TrMgqOCKS Oft Oil PQR SHOWTlMrT$ ' a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to noon. Iht lWmBciKh Mist 3 Theaters today ALD indicate asalstad Hitaning davlcM Dark City (R). 8 20 Kissing A Fool (R). 10:25 a m.. 1 :25. 5:35. 7:45 The Apostle (PG-13), 10:30 a.m., 2:10, 5:35. 8-25 Senseless (R). 7:45 Sphere (PG-1 3). 8-05 The Wedding Singer (PG-13), 10:35 a.m., 2:10, 5:45. 7:55 The Fun Monty (R). 10 55 a.m., 1:50, 5:55,8:10 Wings of the Dove (R), 10:30 a.m., 1:10, 5:50.8:10 The Borrowers (PG). 10:50 a m., 1:50,5:40 Spice Wono (PG), 1 1 a.m., 1:50. 6 Good wm Hunting (R). 10:25 a.m., 2. 5:40. 8 20 Wag the Dog (R). 10:10a.m., 1:35. 5:50. 8:10 As Good As It Gets (PG-13), 10:20 a.m.. 1:40, 5:10, 8 Mouse Hunt (PG), 10:10am., 1:20. 5:55 LA. Confidential (R), 10:45 a.m., 1:35. 5:25. 8:15 MOVIES OF LAKE WORTH, 7380 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth. 968 4545. ALD AmistarJ(R). 1:30.4:45.8 Boogie Nights (R). 1:30. 4:45, 8 Great Expectations (R), 1:30. 4 20. 7:10, 9:30 Desperate Measures (R). 1:30. 4:20. 7:10, 9:30 Deconstructing Harry (R), 1 :30, 4:20. 7: 10, 9:30 The Rainmaker (PG-13), 1 :30, 4:20, 7: 1 0. 9:30 TRAIL DRIVE-IN, 3438 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth. 965-4518. U.S. Marshals (PG-13). 7. 9:25 UNITED ARTISTS THEATRES AT OKEE SQUARE, 2027 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. 697-7714. ALD Titanic (PG-1 3). noon. 4: 10. 8: 10 The Man in the Iron Mask (PG-13), 12:30, 3:20, 6:50, 9:40 Good Win Hunting (R). 1:30. 7:20 The wedding Singer (PG-1 3). 4 30. 10 Twilight (R), 12 15. 2:30. 5:10. 7:40. 10:10 As Good As It Gets (PG-13). 1.4, 7:15. 10 05 U S Marshals (R). 1:10. 4:10. 7, 9:50 Pnmaiy Colors IR). noon. 3. 7. 10 Wild Things (R), 1215. 2 45.5:15. 7:45. 1015 VALUE CINEMAS, 6198 S. Congress Ave.. Lantana. 642 6565. ALD Jackie Brown (R). 1:10. 9 25 Fkiboer(PG), I 25. 3:10. 5 I Know What Vou Did Last Summer (R), 7: 10, 9: 10 Amistad (R), 1. 345. 7. 9 45 Fallen IR), 1 : 1 5. 3 35. 7: 1 5, 9 35 Tomorrow Never Dies (PG-1 3), 1 :05. 3: 1 5, 5 25, 7 35 950 Mr Magoo (PG). I 20. 3. 5 05. 7-05. 9 Great Expectations (R), 3:50. 7:20 1, REGAL JUPITER 18 THEATER, 201 N. U S Jupiter. 747 7333. ALD Welcome To Saraievo (R). 2: 1 0, 5: 1 0, 8, 1 0:35 L.A. Confidential (R), 1:20, 4:15, 7:10. 10 As Good As It Gets (PG-13), 1:30. 4:15. 7:20. 10:10 Dangerous Beauty (R). 1:50. 7:40 Hush (PG-13). 4:10, 10:25 Wings of the Dove (R), 2:10. 4:20. 8. 10:30 The Apostle (PG-13). 1:30. 4:25. 7:20. 10:05 Titanic (PG-13), 12 45, 2:45, 4:30. 7, 8 30 (two screens) Twilight (R). 1. 3:10, 5:20. 8:10. 10:20 The Big Lebowskl (R), 1:50. 4:30. 7:40. 10:15 Good will Hunting (R), 1:40.4:10. 7:30, 10:10 The Man In the Iron Mask (PG-13), 1:40, 4:25, 7:30, 10:15 Afterglow (R), 2, 4:50. 7:50. 10:25 The wedding Singer (PG-13), 1,3:10.5:20,8:10. 10:20 Wild Things (R), 2. 4:20, 7:50. 10:35 U.S. Marshals (PG-13). 1:20. 3:50, 7:10, 10:05 Mr Nice Guy (PG-1 3). 1 : 10. 3 20, 5:30. 8 20, 10:30 Pnmary Colons (R), 12:45, 3:30, 7, 10 DELRAY SQUARE THEATERS, 4809 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. 496-0884. ALD Boogie Nights (R). I 30, 4:45. 8 Amistad (R). 1 :30. 4:45. 8 Jackie Brown (R). 1:30. 4:45. 8 Desperate Measures (R), 1:30. 4:20. 7:10. 9 30 The Rainmaker (PG-13). 1:30.4 20.7:10.9 30 AMC MIZNER PARK I, 301 Pla;a Real, Boca Raton. 368-7744. ALD Pnmary Colors (R). 1:15. 4 45. 7:50. 10-45 Wild Things (R). 1:25. 5:30. 8:05. 10:30 The Man m the iron Mask (PG-13). 130. 515. 7 55. 1035 U S Marshals (PG 1 3). 1 : 10. 5. 7 45. 10:30 Twilight (R). 1:05.5:40.8. 10:15 The Apostle (PG 1 3). 1 :20. 5 05 The weoriing Singer (PG -13). 135. 5 45. 8 10. 10 45 Titanic (PG-13). 1:15. 5:10.9 Good Win Hunting (R). 8. 10 40 Movlat and time subect t change without notice. MOBE SOUND CINEMAS, U.S. I and Bridge Road, Hobe Sound. 546-6010. : Tltr(PG-13), 2. 7:20 . The Man i the iron MM (PG 13). 2, 7:10, 9 30 PAYLESS THEATRES AT MARTIN DOWNS, 3150 , - S.W. Martin Downs Blvd., Stuart. 283-0800. ALD Boogie Nights (R), 4, 9-10 , "' Mr. Magoo (PG). 1:60.7:05 ' The Rammaker (PG-13). 1:30. 4:15. 7. :45 , Tomorrow Never Dies (PG-13), 1:45,4 25.7:10.8 40 '. Ammtad (R). 1:30. 4:30, 7:30 ; REGAL MARTIN SQUARE S THEATER, Martin Square Man at the comer of U. S. 1 and Indian Street. Stuart. 283 0030. ALO Dark City (R). 4 30 The Borrowed (PG). 7:30 The B ueowwu R). 4:15. 7:15 ; Wings ol the Dove (R). 4. 7 '. UNITED ARTISTS MOVIES AT TREASURE COAST SQUARE MALL, 3284 N.vV. Federal Highway, . Jensen Beach. 692-1608. ALD Mr Nice Guy (PG-13). 2:10. 4 30. 7 30. t-45 WM TMncs IR). I 50. 4 20, 7 20. 9 50 Afterglow IRI. I 30. 4:10. 7:10. 9 40 The Apostle (PG-1 3). 2. 5. S As GoM as it Gets (PG 1 3). I 45. 4 45. 7 45 The Big Leoowski (R). 1 40. 7 The weoomg Smger (PG-1 3. 4: 1 5, 9 35 ' REQAL REOENCY SQUARE I, U. S. 1 and Monterey ! Road. Stuart. 288 3880. ALD The Man in the iron Mas (PG-13). 1.15, 4 30, 7: 15. 10 ' , TwHighl (R). 1:15. 4 45. 7:45. 10 '. Good W Hunting (R). 1, 4 15. 715. 9-50 1 wad Thugs (R). 1. 4 45. 7 30. 10 10 U S Marshals (PG-13). 12 45. 4. 7. 9:40 . As Good As It Gets (PG-1 3). 1 245. 4, 7, 9 50 Primary Colors (R. 12 30. 4. 7. 10 , Titanic (PG-1 3). 12.30. 4 15. 9 As Good As It Gets WHO Things (PG-1 3. 1 30. 4 45. 7:30. 10 Primary Colors (R). 12 30. 4. 7. 9-50 Titanic (PG-131. 12 30. 4 15, 8 15 The Man n the Iron Mask (PG 13). 1:15. 4 45, 7:30. 10:10 U S Marshals (PG 1 3). 115, 4 30. 7 30. 10 Twmght (R). 1. 3. 5 8. 1010 The Weoomg Svigei IPG 1 31. I 30. 7 45 L.A. Confklential H). 12 45. 4. 7. 9 40 As Good As It Gets (PG-1 31, 12 45, 4:15.7:15, 10 The Apostle IPG 13). 4 30. 9 40 Good WSI Hunting (H), I, 4 30. 7:15. 9 50 GENERAL CINEMAS POA CINEMA S. 1-95 and PGA Boulevard, Paim Beach Gardens. 626 8283. ALO TheWeovjingSinger(PG.3). 1 15. 3 30. 5 40. 8. 10 20 Mr Nice Guy (PG-131. I 30. 3 30. 5 30. 7 40. 9:50 Wmgs of the Dove (R), 12 45. 3. 5:15. 7:50 Hush (PG-13), 10 As Good As it GetsfR). 1.4. 7 20. 10 15 Dangerous Beauty IR). 130, 4 30. 7 30. 10:10 LA Connoenual (R). I 15. 4 15. 7 10. 10 UNITED ARTISTS PROMENADE PLAZA S, Promenade Plaza. Alternate State Road A1A IPG-131 REGAL CINEMAS DELRAY 18, 1668 S. Federal Highway, Delray Beach. 272 2900. ALD Imrwmrmt "1 f UrcJU. f & -j ' 'wd 1 f ItOJH 1 f mmmmmmi ' ' Rtnfl PHOGC BQrNTOWl PGA CMI JUPfTf fl I OK SWAftf Wi-Si " CWdfihr i.AiElMT iu KilniiU- MMMI MPS iit: ",rti Ut,V8 m-310g Jj 734-0027 JL 6J6 823 Jl 7477333 JL 6BT-77U and Lighthouse Drive. Palm Beach Gardens. 624-2664. ALD Primary Colors (R). 1 2 40. 3 40, 7, 10 Titanic (PG 1 3). I. 4 5. 8. 9 (two screens) Twilight (R). 1 40. 4 40. 7 40. 9 50 U S Marshals (PG 1 31. 1 2 50. 3 50. 7 10.9 55 Good Writ Hunting. IP). 1 10. 7 20 The Big Letmwsiu 'R). 4 10. 10 05 WHd Things IR). I 50. 4 50. 7 50. 10 15 The Man n the Iron Mask (PG 13). 130. 4 30. 7 30, 10 10 FESTIVAL THEATER, 3215 S. Federal Highway. . Fort Pierce. 467-1599. - SuimUss (R1. 3. 7. 8-45 feaptarjernent Haem (R). 5. 7:15. 9 - SABAL PALMS CINEMA , Ssbaj Pa"m Shoppni Plan. U.S. I. Fort Pierce. 461-0791. ALD US Marshals IPG-1 31 4 10. 7,9 40 wan Thnfs IR) 4 50 7 30. tO " The woov Smaer !G 13). 4 40. 7 20 9 30 TaenK (PG-1 31. 4 20 I The Man n the Iran has IPG 1 3). 4 7 10. 950 Mr Mot Guy (PG-13). 4 30. 7 40. 10-10 MLLAAE OREEN 8, 9410 S. U.S. I. Port St. Lucie. 335 1892. ALD U S Marshals IPG-1 3) 3 40 7 05 25 Good WW Mupm. IP). 5. 7:15. 9 35 Mush (PG 131. 3 10 Pnmary Colors (P). 3. 6 45. 9-20 Tltanc IPG-1 3) 4 45. 9 30 . TMh IW) 3 70 I0 7 25 9 15 The Mann ova rai Meat (PG-13). 3 30. 7 10. P30 BestseRing Author ll'ora Roberts Sinning Homeport SATURDAY MARCH 28 4 p.n1. 615-6917 WESTWARD SKQPPEVS CENTER Tliwaawtawaaj , .J' - it- : .. . - f CAREFREE THEATRE. 2000 S. Dune Highway. West Paim Beach. 833 7305. Afterglow (R). 2. 4 45. 7: 15. 9 25 REGAL LAKE WORTH CINEMAS, 5881 Lake worth Road. Greenacres. 964 5555. ALD The Man n the ton Maak rPG-13). 115. 2. 4 15. 5. 7 15. S. 9 45 10 70 nwo screens) TwWt IR). I 45. 4 30 7. 9 50 titanc (PG-1 31. 1 . 2. 4 45. 7 30. 8 30 Good W4 Hunting fR). 1.4. 7. 10 Prvnary Colors 1R1. I 15 4 30. 7 30 10 70 W49 tnrajs (Rk I 30. 4 15. 7 45. IO 15 UtartTO ARTISTS MOVTft AT RIVER BRIOGE CENTRE, 6848 Forest Hal Blvd., Greenacres. 641 3102 ALD The WeOYtng Sviaar (PG 13). I 45 4 10. 7 10. 9 70 As Good As t Gets (PG-1 3v I 4 10. 7. 9 45 The Bt Leoowsm IP) 2. 4 40 7 JO 10 U S Marshals IPG 131. 1.4. 7 9 50 Dariay-ous Beauty (R) 2 10 4 40 7 30. 10 Mush IPG 1 3) 7 TO 4 40 7 45 9 SO I A CorHVienriai (P). I 10 4. 7. 9 45 Mr Nne Guy IPG i 3) 1 05. 3 10 5 1 5. 7 SO. 10 UNrTIO ARTISTS MOVJ AT WELLINGTON 4ARKFT PLACE. 13881 Wellington Trace, yvemrgrton. 795 3887. ALD Wax (PG I Ii 1 7 45 5 9 n Wan m rhe wv stow (PG I3. 1. 2. 4, 4 50. 7. 8. 9 40 nwo a jhs WW tne ' 1 30 4 15 7 30 SO e-w-jry C-vs P; l?4fi 3 40 7 10 10 Tn 1; V) 1 5 10 I id U s urm G I 3; 17 55 4 10 'OS 9 55 Te avnn -1 'PG I 31 2 '75 uat (PG I 3, 4 9 45 SVAIAXT 12 CMFMAS. 940 14th Lane. Vero Beach. 569 1112. ALO T movvj Sner rG I TV 1 2 50 4 70 7 20 940 "v of me Doa m 12 40 4 50. 7. 50 Tan IPG 131 12 30 4 10 ( Twaajrv (Pi. I 70 4 40 7 SO 10 10 The Man n the eon Mast flli. I 10. 4 40. 740. IO 10 US Marsha IPG 1 31. I 4 30. 7 30 10 t ConSnermsl ) 1 2 30. 4 7. 9 40 M, n Guv IPG-1 3) I 70 4 10 7 50. 10 wao nwias ran 17 50. 4 50 7 30. 10 Gooe M Hunt ln I 4 30 7 70 9 40 a Gone a Gxs IPG-1 3t 1 7 40 4 70 7 10. 9 50 The ai uaoowaai lv I 10 4 50 7 40 10-10 AtaC arjut IRVER 14. mdujn Shvvjr Ma on Hwav 60 ana 66tn Ave., vera Bead. 569-8460 ALA Piv'Str Cows 1107Cavi 17558 Me fhwjs i IO45an'7l5 570 '50 Ano JPi 1015am 7 OS 570 750 M iG t lO5Oami35530740 Te Man v ma van laa "G IK J 5 a l b S Ma a an G I 10 at I IS S 15 a 10 7-aajm ah. 1 1 a 1 15 5 45 7 55 w aaj . ir.i.a. or, io 15 a I 55 5 9 30 taarw v, I Ji 10 a .. I. I 45 4 45 5 45 9 JO Mr ai 1 n irac a I 55 5 40 7 55 VJI-u- t a PW. I3t 10 35 2 l. 50. 90S a Nora Roberts is making quite an impression on the non-fiction scene. This rising author has already written two immediate bestsellers, Montana Sky and Sanctuary. Both novels received rave reviews nationwide and hit the New York Times bestseller list. And now. Nora Roberts will thrill readers once again with her latest release. Homeport. Don't miss this chance to pick up your autographed copy at Books-A-Million and meet the author behind these intoxicating novels. " John Grisham, watch your back." -Entertainment Weekly COOICS'A'MILLfON' WI WROTE THE BOOK ON LOW FRICF3 SAVS 10 MVER SCtrf m CPW MA CAFE. I2'95 W Frvwst H 8vd.. Wr tv 793 y57 PutSxfier'i Pnc $Z3.85 hWXZJJTi OU3 Price $2155 (PG: 4 15 ,1 5 15 W.WM 1. It" ooew wavs ik ' 45 I A A - aV-aaV -AV- Jaw - A f fr TYlllhllftlllllhafflamil Jm40mAJtttktLt, a a

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